Every summer, an atmospheric event propels desert dust thousands of miles across the Atlantic. This year is particularly bad, and timed terribly with Covid-19 (Wired).
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CSU announced a new study that could shed light on how the performing arts could make a comeback, safely (KDVR Denver).
This real-time tool from Colorado State University’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) is probably the best out there (Fast Company).
Jean Peccoud at Colorado State writes that manganese complex methods for a coronavirus vaccine may hit complications during any attempt at mass production (Gizmodo).
With an early jump-start to the season, a record number of named storms, and a storm reaching states that don’t normally see tropical systems, this season is off to a fast and interesting start (CNN).
“The Siberian warmth is truly remarkable. It’s not only the magnitude of warmth, but what is more striking is its persistence,” says Zack Labe, a postdoc in the Department of Atmospheric Science at CSU (CBS News).
A group of ten scholars, primarily geoscientists of color in academia, have put together a comprehensive set of proposals published under the heading A Call to Action for an Anti-Racist Science Community from Geoscientists of Color: Listen, Act, Lead (Weather Underground).
Col. Jocelyn J. Schermerhorn, a 25-year Air Force officer and CSU alumna, became the first woman to take command of the 1st Special Operations Wing in Monday ceremonies at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command (MSN Now).
Atmospheric scientist Sonia Kreidenweis of Colorado State University and her colleagues have identified an atmospheric region unchanged by human-related activities (National Science Foundation).
What appeared to be a fairly typical Colorado afternoon of wind-producing storms Saturday morphed into possibly the most widespread wind-specific thunderstorm event in the state’s recorded history (Denver Post).